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Supermicro's 200-series motherboards have been pictured

Supermicro's 200-series motherboards have been pictured

Supermicro's 200-series motherboards have been pictured

Supermicro's 200-series motherboards have been pictured

Supermicro's 200-series motherboards have been pictured, showcasing several different colour schemes and some motherboards with multiple U.2 SSD connections.  
 
Right now Supermicro is working to improve their position in the custom PC building market, creating gaming/overclocking motherboards over the past few generations of desktop grade Intel CPUs. Today Supermicro is still not a huge player in the custom PC market, but they are certainly making strides in that direction, creating a lineup of motherboards that suits both low and premium system builders. 
 
Below you can see pictured the C7Z270-CG and the C7Z270-PC, which have green and black colour schemes respectively. Both of these motherboards will support Intel's LGA 1151 CPUs and overclocking, being powered using an 8-pin ATX power connection and a standard 24-pin CPU. As you can see both of these motherboards also have dual M.2 connections but also have dual U.2 connections, making this board compatible with a wide range of NVMe/PCI based SSD products. 
 
      Supermicro's 200-series motherboards have been pictured  Supermicro's 200-series motherboards have been pictured

 

Pictures of Supermicro's lower end Z270 lineup have also appeared, with the ATX C7Z270-CG-L and MATX C7Z270-CG-ML pictured below. Both of these motherboards have at least one M.2 NVMe connections and neither having a U.2 connection. 

Both of these motherboards will be aimed at more budget conscious users, though both will support overclocking and likely come at a price that is under $200. 


  
Supermicro's 200-series motherboards have been pictured  Supermicro's 200-series motherboards have been pictured

 

Right now we do not know exactly what new features Intel's Z270 chipset will when compared to Intel's existing Z170 chipset. 

 

You can join the discussion on Supermicro's 200-series motherboards on the OC3D Forums

 

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08-11-2016, 12:39:38

NeverBackDown
These boards reliable? Or even any good? Never hear of themQuote

08-11-2016, 13:22:20

Permafrost
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Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
These boards reliable? Or even any good? Never hear of them
are you serious? you've never hear of Supermicro?Quote

08-11-2016, 13:24:03

Kyiagi
well it has SUPER in BOLD on it they mean business!Quote

08-11-2016, 13:27:07

Dicehunter
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Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
These boards reliable? Or even any good? Never hear of them
Supermicro are huge in the server market, They make really good stuff.Quote

08-11-2016, 13:28:09

Permafrost
Supermicro makes high end server motherboard just like superflower makes high end PSU's for servers, these mobo's could be the new best bang for your buck kingQuote
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